Our TreeHouse Vacation at TimberRidgeOutpost

Last week on spring break, our family of 5 was able to enjoy a secluded and relaxing getaway not too far from home.  We stayed in a tree-house and roasted hot dogs and s’mores like it was cool. Because it was.

It was such a blessing because we have never really been able to go on our own vacation.  We have tagged along with family or friends to places, and we did get to stay near the ocean one cold winter when Matt had to deploy -but that was before our 3rd child was born and so this year, things were extra special.

In an effort to figure out the craft of YouTubing, I am going to share with you a very, very short clip from our stay there.

It is well worth the 5 seconds I assure you.  Giggles

 

If that doesn’t make you chuckle, I honestly don’t know what will. Maybe you are more of a frills and frocks kinda gal if not. And if this is the case, no judgement here my friend.

So, on with the pictures – let’s go shall we?

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Using lint to start our fire. Pinterest rocks.

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We enjoyed our secluded stay so much, we really hope we can make it a family tradition. It was comparable to a hotel room and we love nature anyways!  I will post part 2 very soon, with photos of a gorgeous place we found nearby. It was free and we had the whole place to ourselves!

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None of the photos above may be reproduced without permission from Meghan Weyerbacher.  Please feel free to share via social media as long as they are linked back to this blog post. Thanks for understanding!

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for more info visit: www.timberridgeoutpost.com


9 thoughts on “Our TreeHouse Vacation at TimberRidgeOutpost

    1. It was! Not one complaint from the kids which was awesome in itself. Ironically the swing was most visitors favorite extra. They had a book you could write in to leave your thoughts and most families had lots to say about the “Tarzan&Jane” feeling as you swung over the small ravine.

      1. Yes it’s true! And pst…thank you so much for the lovely necklace! I was thrilled when the package came. It’s even my favorite length!!! You are so talented and have great taste 🙂 🙂 🙂 !!

  1. Meg,
    I don’t think I would have imagined a treehouse vacation — how adventurous is that! And those s’mores look incredible! What a great idea for your family to get away and what stories your kids will have to tell about the time they stayed in a treehouse! Love this!

  2. Meg,

    Thank you for visiting us at Timber Ridge. You have a wonderful family. I especially enjoyed watching your daughter tell me all about that BIG FISH she caught recently (although I think your husband had just as much fun talking about that fish!). Hope to see you all again soon!

    Elizabeth
    Timber Ridge Outpost & Cabins

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